Google tests tool to aid Web indexing

Google has launched an experiment to speed Web site information and changes to its index.

Web site administrators--whether they manage a single-page site or corporate Web site--can use the free program called Sitemaps. "This collaborative crawling system will allow our crawlers to optimize the usefulness of Google's index for users by improving its coverage and freshness," Google said on the Sitemaps site.

News source: C|Net

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